‘Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths’ is a double album of songs and instrumentals, the majority of which grew out of studio improvisations. The tracks on this collection are a selection of recordings from 2008-2011. In comparison with Now’s previous albums, ‘Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths’ features both more upbeat – at times joyfully silly – and dark, melancholy tunes, which reflect the varied character of their on-stage improvisations. It was made just as a trio with few guest players,... Topics: experimental, pop Source: Clinical Archives
Between a raucous start & finish, Now's third album for Clinical Archives, "pileofskyhighmiles", captures a selection of sensitive, carefully crafted experimental pop tunes & is the least studio-manipulated of Now's albums. Minimal, yet varied, the songs capture a process of organic recording & collaborative song-writing, more closely reflecting the band's live sound. Since their foundation in 1998, Now have released eight albums, contributed exclusive tracks to many... Topic: experimental pop Source: Clinical Archives
Being Now Here Talks Meditation Stillness Peace will calm anxiety and help you let go of things that don't matter. Topics: Meditation, Now, Here, Presence, Meditation, Stillness, Peace, Transformation, Spiritual, simple,...
"Ooo-Doo-Sigh" is a collection of live recordings taken from NOWs Japan tour in May 2009. It features unique & stripped down version of songs from their albums "Ooodipooomn", "The Hepadaboo" & "Frisbee Hotpot", as well as new improvisations & short sound experiments. These recordings also feature guest Japanese musicians: percussionists Chica Inoue & Viva Sherry, avant-garde guitarist Akira Toyonaga, vibraphone-player Izumi Misawa and... Topics: experimental pop, electronic pop, improvisation, live, other Source: Clinical Archives
I am not own of these video, credit video goes to Event Horizon channel's Subscribe to him for more video on Jade Helm 15Event Horizon:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnKn9WixzQjPVfLDj9dgd0AHere is the link to the original 47+ Minute Video of military movements across the USA.https://youtu.be/WbbCtHZnHMUFAIR USE NOTICE: This video contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in an effort... Topics: NWO, Police State, Martial Law, Pope Visit, NDAA
"Ooo-Doo-Sigh" is a collection of live recordings taken from NOWs Japan tour in May 2009. It features unique & stripped down version of songs from their albums "Ooodipooomn", "The Hepadaboo" & "Frisbee Hotpot", as well as new improvisations & short sound experiments. These recordings also feature guest Japanese musicians: percussionists Chica Inoue & Viva Sherry, avant-garde guitarist Akira Toyonaga, vibraphone-player Izumi Misawa and... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/NOW/Ooo-Doo-Sigh/
Unrecognizable Now came by dublab to record a live set while on tour in support of their debut release “In a Cave or a Coma” out on Pehr (pehrlabel.com). Please enjoy their elevated tones and melodies. To learn more about the band visit:unrecnow.com Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Unrecognizable_Now/live_on_dublab_042707/
Icelandic Lawmaker Birgitta Jónsdóttir on Challenging Gov’t Secrecy from Twitter to Bradley Manning, with extended interview on Criminalization of Cyber-Activists, Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond and others. They also talk about Iceland’s response to the banking crisis and about Iceland’s Pirate Party. Topics: Birgitta Jonsdottir, IMMI, Iceland, Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond
* Headlines for August 24, 2010 * Largest Egg Recall in US History Brings Renewed Attention to Dangers of Industrial Farming * David Kirby on "The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy and Poultry Farms on Humans and the Environment" * Report: Global Food Security and Sovereignty Threatened by Corporate and Government "Land Grabs" in Poor Countries * Judge Blocks Federal Funding for Embryonic Stem Cell Research Source: Television broadcast
Remembering Frederick Douglass During Independence Day This weekend the nation commemorates the 4th of July, the day American colonies declared their Independence from England in 1776. While many Americans will hang flags, participate in parades, and watch fireworks, Independence Day is not a cause for celebration to all. The Best of Enemies Theirs is a profoundly American story; a story of racial hatred and redemption in the American South. Its a story of an unlikely friendship between black... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Source: transferred from audio cassette to CD at Pacifica Radio Archive, this flac is from the CD
Headlines British Activist Shot By Israeli Forces Dies Four Israelis Die in Suicide Attack In Gaza Senate Seeks Confidential IRS Records From Muslim Groups Bush: Canada Can Bid On Iraq Reconstruction Projects Report: Hussein Warned Against Foreign Troops In Iraq Govt Rewrites Health Study on Racial Disparities More Headlines Election Year 2004: Why is the U.S. Refusing Iraqi Demands For Immediate Direct Elections? The U.S. has rejected calls by Iraqs most senior Shiite Muslim cleric for...
* Headlines for November 2, 2007 * The Case of the LA8: U.S. Drops Twenty-Year Effort to Deport Arab Americans for Supporting Palestinian National Rights * Latino Support for GOP Drops Amidst Increasing Hysteria Over Immigration * Nigerian Doctor and Reproductive Rights Campaigner Ejike Oji on Devastating Impact of Bush Family Planning Policies * CODEPINK Activist Barred from Capitol After Calling Rice “War Criminal” Source: Television broadcast
"It Makes Me Think Back To The Awful Days When We Were Struggling Against Apartheid In South Africa": Desmond Tutu Condemns A Federal Court Ban On The Feb. 15th Anti-War March In New York From Hawaii To Maine, Over 70 City Councils And State Legislatures Have Passed Resolutions Saying No To War: We Hear From Elected Officials In Maine, Chicago, Baltimore, Des Moines, Oregon And Cleveland FOX'S Bill O'Reilly Tells The Son Of A Man Who Perished In The WTC To Shut Up, Cuts His Microphone... Topic: Democracy Now Source: Radio broadcast